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Kathleen V. Kudlinski
Kathleen Kudlinski was born in Philadelphia PA in 1950. She studied art and Biology at the University of Maine and became a science teacher, sharing her love of science with kids. Since then she has written more than 40 books for kids, including science, biography and historical fiction. ... show more



Kathleen Kudlinski was born in Philadelphia PA in 1950. She studied art and Biology at the University of Maine and became a science teacher, sharing her love of science with kids. Since then she has written more than 40 books for kids, including science, biography and historical fiction. Kathleen's series starter BOY, WERE WE WRONG ABOUT DINOSAURS! won an Oppenheim Gold Award. Others earned NSTA and NTSS awards as well as appearing in many book clubs and being translated into 5 languages. Bird watching, painting animals, nature "walking" on her red hot ATV, teaching writing, and Skyping with classrooms world-wide keeps her busy. Kathleen writes by a window overlooking a pond at the home in Guilford, CT she shares with her husband, Hank. Sometimes she writes in the log cabin they built together in Weathersfield, VT. In either place, nature is all around, a macaw clings to her shoulder and a pit bull warms her feet.

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FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it 5 years ago
This is the first Once Upon America book I have read. I found a copy of this in the Little Free Lending Library and wanted to check it out. I was blown away by what a great read this was. The writing was simple, but engaging. It is like the next step after The Magic Tree House books. Very educationa...
Bashara Likes Books
Bashara Likes Books rated it 9 years ago
I love the reinforcement that this book provides about science as an ever-changing field - always open to self correction. And I think the concepts explored are done in a simple, kid-friendly way. I also really love the accompanying illustrations by John Rocco. They are superior to those often found...
AmySea
AmySea rated it 9 years ago
I checked out this book for my niece and nephew after reading my friend Dolly's review. The kids were both intrigued by this book, and not only seemed to enjoy seeing how our knowledge about dinosaurs has changed, but they also enjoyed comparing that progress to what they know about dinosaurs. Thi...
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